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Old 07-22-2009, 12:12 PM   #1
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The real guide! How to install LED/Neon lights in the interior

This is how it is done

1. ok go to here an buy there kit

Ledunderbody.com

I bought the blue kit.

2. ok so what you do is find you brake release and follow that to your firewall when you get to where your brake release chord dissapears into the wall there is a little rubber thing cut it off you should be able to stick your finger in it. so put you wires through there ok?

3. Go out side of you car and pull the plastic off of the wheel well (this is the front left wheel ok?) You can easily pull that off a little and be able see the wires near you door inside the wheel well ( behind the plastic) ok so now grab the wires and put the between the headlights and the shocks. You can see a little place to slide them through.

4. pop the hood and you can see your wires on the left hand side. so now you may want to add some extra length to the wire if you rele want to install the button somewhere haha but anyways lossen you battery cables and put the red on the red tighten it up and put the black on the black and tighten that up!

5. go back inside car install the lights where you want i recommend using the screws!! haha and you are good to go!

6. look fresh! pics in the sig!

This was all done for about $40. Looks tight too!!
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if you want to put lights in the back of your car, then just wire them to the light in the trunk
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Old 09-09-2009, 07:53 PM   #3
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if you want to put lights in the back of your car, then just wire them to the light in the trunk
are you talking about the doom light in the trunk?


im planning on buying a small 6' led tube to put in my trunk since i bought the 4 pc led from glowled.com (2 front 2 rear seats)...so i wanted to know if u can connect them to the doom light where the 3022 bulb goes instead of trying to have the wires reach all the way to my cig lighter or something..
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are you talking about the doom light in the trunk?


im planning on buying a small 6' led tube to put in my trunk since i bought the 4 pc led from glowled.com (2 front 2 rear seats)...so i wanted to know if u can connect them to the doom light where the 3022 bulb goes instead of trying to have the wires reach all the way to my cig lighter or something..

yeah i am talking about the dome light in the trunk. Just pop it out and attach wires to the back of it and your lights come one when you open the trunk. its great
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yeah i am talking about the dome light in the trunk. Just pop it out and attach wires to the back of it and your lights come one when you open the trunk. its great
thanks, i came in here just to find that out, u rock
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Old 09-28-2009, 01:15 AM   #6
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This is cool, my trunk bulb is burned out and it's pretty much useless anyways
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Old 11-08-2009, 06:08 AM   #7
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Be careful when monkeying with the trunk light wires. That fuse blows easy and it's $5 at Toyota.
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Old 11-08-2009, 11:00 PM   #8
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that's pretty cool man..wondering if i should go buy some and install it as well
but do they have yellow? or something that goes really nice on a yellow gts?
thanks in advance man!
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Old 12-08-2009, 03:39 PM   #9
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You can get this just about any color..
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ok when it comes to the trunk if you have the automatic antenna you can ull the wires out that control the motor and connect LEDs to it so when your stereo turns on so will the lights. looks really sick and your antenna wont look gay when its sticking all the way up it will stay down. If you dont have it its easy to wire it from your stereo to your trunk under the carpet. its a really nice look. or the remote wire to the amp works too if you have it back there.
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